Jacobite by Traquair Ales


by Traquair Ales
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Jacobite Ale is a beer brewed to celebrate the 1745 Jacobite rebellion, and is based on an eighteenth century recipe that spices the ale with coriander, giving it a wonderfully fresh aftertaste and a biscuity aroma. Originally brewed as a one-off beer, it proved so popular that Traquair added it to their core range. - Learn more about Traquair Ales


  • Beer Style: Scottish Ale
  • ABV: 8.0%
  • Unit Size: 330ml
  • Country: Scotland

About the makers

Traquair Ales

Based in a wing of Scotland’s oldest inhabited house (directly underneath the chapel), the brewery at Traquair House was originally built for domestic use, brewing beers to be drunk on the estate. The brewery itself dates back to the 1700s (with the house being much older), but it stopped being used in the early 1800s. But it was given a new life in 1965 by Peter Maxwell Stuart, using all original equipment. Peter's daughter Catherine now runs the brewery, and they brew a range of rich dark ales that are enjoyed all over the world. View the Traquair Ales page

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